A new printed guidebook to Slovenia is out!

Published: 10.11.2022 More info

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A new printed guidebook to Slovenia is out!

In November, a new printed guidebook to Slovenia was launched, entitled "Slovenia. My way of exploring diversity". The brochure about the only European country combining the Alps and the Mediterranean, the Karst and the Pannonian Plain, also includes lesser-known experiences and personal invitations from top athletes and other ambassadors of Slovenian tourism.

A new printed guidebook to Slovenia is out!

In the company of the best

For guests who value nature and health, local culture and authentic experiences, and who want to explore Slovenia in a responsible way, the guidebook presents a green boutique destination through interesting contrasts between four geographically distinct worlds, the highlights of Slovenian tourism and intriguing facts. By pointing out the diverse contrasts, it gives guests plenty of reasons to stay longer and experience more. The stories are accompanied by testimonials from athletes, ambassadors of Slovenian tourism, Luka Dončić, Janja Garnbret, Primož Roglič, Tadej Pogačar and Ilka Štuhec, Michelin-starred chefs and experienced guides of selected Slovenia Unique Experiences.

With answers to the most important questions

With captivating descriptions of the Alpine, Mediterranean and Karst, Thermal Pannonian and Central Slovenia with Ljubljana, the guide provides answers to questions about why Slovenia is worth visiting in all seasons, what to see and do. The presentation of areas and destinations of interest to explore is combined with presentations of outdoor activities, culture and historic towns, gastronomy, health and wellness, boutique experiences and other key tourism products of Slovenia.

Printed and online versions

The 108-page publication also impresses with a careful selection of more than 100 photographs and accompanying illustrations created especially for this edition. 25,000 copies of the first print run are primarily intended for presenting Slovenia on foreign markets. The publication is available in Slovenian, English, German, Italian, Czech, Dutch, French and Spanish.

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